More than a million tickets were released last week and, despite a month-long application window to avoid a 'first come, first served' scramble, lines and websites were instantly jammed.
I have been lucky enough to see several of the venues for the Games and Glasgow City Council has done a fantastic job preparing our city for the events, for the arrival of 4500 athletes and hundreds of thousands of visitors.
The achievement is even more impressive when you consider the massive financial constraints that have been put on our city, year after year.
Despite the Scottish Government taking more than £150million from our city's finances, Glasgow has used the Games to create real, sustainable jobs, from Govan to Garrowhill, through the Glasgow Guarantee.
That is helping to build the next generation of affordable housing, new world class sporting facilities and breathing new life into many communities.
All this while the Scottish Government has put Glasgow's budget under huge pressure, forcing the City Chambers to make more than £45million of savings this year as a result of the decision to slash Glasgow's share of the national pot.
Since the SNP's first Budget, Glasgow has been the biggest loser every single year, seeing its share of the local government budget slashed.
The total value of the city's missing millions is worth an additional £75m this year and £78m in 2014/15. That's £153m.
When unemployment rocketed and Scotland's construction industry was in need of support, it was Glasgow City Council that gave priority to regeneration programmes to try and create much-needed jobs and stimulate the sector.
The SNP's track record on infrastructure projects of national significance in and around Glasgow is not a good one.
l It abandoned the Glasgow Airport Rail Link.
l It abandoned plans for the CrossRail project,which would have linked Central Station to Queen Street and seen new stations at West Street, Gorbals and Glasgow Cross.
l It also cut £350m from the project to improve train services between Glasgow and Edinburgh.
All of these would have provided much-needed jobs and investment.
Every Glasgow politician should be standing firm against such disproportionate cuts to Glasgow's budget, not turning a blind eye and allowing our city to pay the price of SNP politics at the expense of the people of Glasgow.
Glasgow City Council has chosen a different type of politics and invested in Glasgow's future.
Next year's Games will be as much a celebration of our city's positive vision and resilience, as it will be of sporting achievement.
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